• Dannflow

    A sling is a weapon made by two bits of cord and a piece of leather cut to held a stone. It's used mainly by otters, but others use it too. You can read more about it here.

    A slingshot, on the other hand, is a y-shaped stick with a cord tied at both ends; they're different. I think Brian Jacques, as well as the artiests. they got a little mixed up but you can't blame them. (I only know cos I sling for sport)

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    never again will I wite at least not in the near future please only comment if you rely rely want more hadnt much time lasty but hpoing to have an update on the missing eight seasons soon some time within the near future


    Just now from where I sit under the ash tree by the pond I can hear our Abbey Bells ring as they strike two o'clock. My paws shake with joy for today is when I become a true member of Redwall Abbey. Oh, have I not told you that we are having a great feast in honor of Abbess Songbreeze Swifteye. She is in her second season as Abbess. My mother is so happy I think she shall burst. She keeps saying "Oh, who would have known one of my children would become... Oh my! I can't tell you, it's still a surprise." Well now…

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    The missing eight seasons

    February 1, 2009 by Dannflow

    Hi and welcome to my story The missing eight seasons I have worked long and hard to wtie this so I hope it is good Enough for all that like to read fan fiction


    Dannflow Talk! 01:58, 7 December 2008 (UTC)

    Young mouse though he was, Matthias knew what he was doing as he pursued his foes. His mind went back to what had happened over the last week or so.

    Not five minutes before, he and Basil had caught up with the vermin band they had been tracking the last week. There was only about four of the, maybe five, but with his sling he could take care of them easily. He wondered if they knew where they were going. Maybe they were moving as fast as they could, after what had happened to them when they tried to attack Redwall. They had lost brutally


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